Knowledge-based organizations – the intelligent players of informational society
AbstractInformation, the third manifestation form of Fundamental Existence, has become the most valuable treasure of mankind. The Japanese once said that the happy masters of information in early 21st century are going to be the masters of the world, too. The sign of power is not going to be rendered by man-controlled energies, no matter their power or their effects, gold and other material values under any form, but information. The informational society that mankind irreversibly belongs to is defined as a society of knowledge and of organizations at the same time (Drucker, 1992). Organizations’ adaptability to future economy’s requirements depends on the development of a new management type focused on the values of knowledge and scientific creation. Thus, knowledge-based organizations are the collective intelligent players of informational society and play a major role in its becoming a knowledge society, a part of modern reality.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 20861.
Date of creation: 21 Feb 2010
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Keywords: knowledge; organizations; information; new economy;
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